Indiana State University to host community sustainability contest

Indiana State University to host community sustainability contest

In its efforts to encourage community sustainability efforts, Indiana State University will host the Terre Haute Sustainability Championship 2014, the university announced.

The event, which kicks off with a poster competition for students in kindergarten through college on October 7, involves collaboration between the Center for Supply Management Research at the Scott College of Business, the Indiana Association of Terre Haute, and the Institute for Community Sustainability at Indiana State.

Indiana State, ranked as one of the most sustainable college campuses in the United States, according to the university, is participating in the program in order raise awareness about sustainability among school children of all ages.

Students will be divided into groups based on their ages and will be given a sustainability-related question that they will have to answer using a poster.

The posters must be turned into the Institute of Community Sustainability office by Nov. 7, according to the Indiana State University newsroom.

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